Domes of Savior’s Transfiguration Cathedral (Suzdal)
Green-and-gold onion domes of beautiful cathedral of the Transfiguration of Our Savior inside St. Euphimius monastery in Suzdal. The massive five-domed church was erected by Russian craftsmen in 1582-1594 according the best traditions of ancient white stone architecture. Different colors of the domes of a Russian Orthodox Church have different meaning. As an example in this picture, the four green domes are dedicated to the Holy Trinity, and the main gold one in the middle is dedicated to Jesus Christ. Photo #016 taken on March 30, 2005 during two days and one night long distance countryside tour to Suzdal and Vladimir with my Dear Clients from USA, Michelle Shultz and Christie Jo Robison.
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